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Quentin Young is an award-winning journalist who has served as a reporter and editor at the Boulder Daily Camera, Longmont Times-Call and other Colorado outlets. His career includes stints covering news, writing editorials, and reviewing art exhibitions and theater. His in-depth story, published in 5280, about the FBI special agent who led a raid on the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant earned top investigative reporting honors from the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Before joining Newsline, Young served as the Boulder Daily Camera opinion page editor. Read all stories by Quentin Young
Moe Clark covers criminal justice, housing and homelessness, and other social issues for Newsline. She formerly was a reporter for The Colorado Sun, where she covered the Colorado Legislature and general assignments. Clark, who earned a bachelor's degree in biology and ecology and a master's degree in journalism with a focus on science and the environment, is currently a journalist in residence at the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado Boulder. Prior to moving to Colorado, Clark was a science writer for the magazine UMaine Today at the University of Maine. Read all stories by Moe Clark
Faith Miller covers the Colorado Legislature, immigration and other stories for Newsline. She formerly was a reporter for the Colorado Springs Independent, where she covered the top stories in Colorado's second-largest city. She is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Miller served as executive editor of the Downtown Devil, an independent news source owned and staffed by ASU journalism students that covers the school's campus and downtown Phoenix. Miller was a reporting intern at The Arizona Republic and an editing intern at the Los Angeles Times. Read all stories by Faith Miller
Chase Woodruff covers the environment, the economy and other stories for Newsline. He formerly was a staff writer at Westword, Denver's alt-weekly, and has covered climate change, labor, music, international soccer and other beats. He previously was a contributor for Capital & Main, where he worked on investigations into campaign finance, oil and gas, and the financial sector, and his byline has appeared in such publications as Vice, Paste Magazine and The Trace. Read all stories by Chase Woodruff
Trish Zornio is a scientist and lecturer in behavioral neuroscience and research methodology at the University of Colorado Denver. She has worked for some of the nation's top universities and hospitals and has focused her personal efforts on enhancing the intersection of science and policy, as well as women in STEM. Zornio is an avid rock climber and was a 2020 candidate for the U.S. Senate in Colorado. Read all commentaries by Trish Zornio